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Today temperature outside is 48*. i notice that the a/c clutch is cycling on?
2002 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Today temperature outside is 48*. I notice that the a/c clutch is cycling on?

(2002 Chevrolet Silverado 1500)
After one second, it shutoff for 10 seconds only to repeat the cycle again. the a/c switch is turned. Is this normal or do I have a problem developing? Should I pull the 10 amp fuse to the a/c to stop the cycling processer?
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on April 09, 2015
No,it won't work at all,check for proper Freon levels first thing
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on April 09, 2015
No,it won't work at all,check for proper Freon levels first thing
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If it is 48 degrees outside you have the defrost on this is normal. This helps dehumidify the air in the cabin department. This is normal.
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